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What does this idiom mean?
It's "extremely easy"!
How do you use this idiom?
Here's an example:
Person A: Can you help me fix my bicycle?
Person B: Sure, I'm good at fixing bikes. It's a piece of cake for me.
When is it appropriate to use this idiom?
You can use this idiom at work or with family. It's appropriate for all ages.
Where does this idiom come from?
"A piece of cake" or "It's a piece of cake" supposedly has been around since before the 1930s. According to The Word Detective,
the term came to be used as boxing slang for an easily-won fight, and then for any “sure thing.”
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